NOVEMBER 17, 2021 — Panelists discuss the increased calls for museums to address contested narratives around the traumatic imprint on the memory and cultures in many postcolonial societies. Panelists included Jacqueline Chao, Senior Curator of Asian Art, Crow Museum of Asian Art; Chia-Wei Hsu, Artist/Curator; and Sara Raza, Red Burns Fellow, New York University, and Founder, Punk Orientalism Studio. Moderated by Michelle Yun Mapplethorpe, Vice President, Global Artistic Programs, and Director of Asia Society Museum. (1 hr., 19 min.)
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